Her follow-up release Living in My Head is powerful, showcasing her Celtic-inspired piano-driven folk.
— Rob Dickens, No Depression

I wouldn’t be surprised if you hear this track on the next thriller movie soundtrack.
— Elmore Magazine

‘Lily-Rose’ jams out in a pensive way, some thoughtful piano strokes adorning Shivers’ strong, silky vocals.
— Magnet Magazine

Shivers’ voice, harmonizing with another singer, swamped the venue in a sound that was emotional and authentically beautiful.
— The Deli Magazine

Mackenzie Shivers lives up to her last name as she engenders that feeling whenever listening to her music.
— Speak Into My Good Eye

Open your ears and you’ll be welcomed in Neverland - a warm, comfortable, and precious place for any heart, lonely or wounded, to cure.
— American Music Route

Lily-Rose’ feels like a traditional folk song, with a contemporary love story that in itself can be considered timeless.
— Stuart Morrison, Insomnia Radio

The rolling drums drive the Gaelic rhythm of the the song, as an earthy acoustic guitar meets a dancing staccato piano piece.
— Paste Magazine

Gorgeous and spilling over with intricate details.
— Joshua Pickard, Nooga

The piano is nostalgic, Shivers’ voice is timeless. It soars like a bird and hums like a dragonfly. Sometimes it sounds like strings and sometimes like woodwind.
— Ear to the Ground Music

Mackenzie’s voice can soar above the music or fit in as part of an ensemble sound, expressing a variety of emotions and feelings as she varies her voice’s tone and volume. [...] The piano work was some of the best I’ve heard in pop or alternative music in a long time.
— Richard Gordon, WVUD